What we're about

Brighton Java is a group bringing together Java users, enthusiasts and learners. We’re interested in the whole world of Java – android development, server frameworks, Groovy, interesting tools, applications, Clojure, development methodologies and so on and so on – anything Java.

Our monthly meetings will include talks, workshops and socials. We mostly meet on the first Wednesday of the month.

Upcoming events (1)

Brighton Java - Quarkus World Tour 2021

Online event

The Quarkus World Tour is coming to town!

We are excited to bring you a special collaboration between ourselves and the Quarkus community, as we welcome the Quarkus World Tour to Brighton!

For the past 25 years, Java has performed for organisations across the world, but you've never seen anything like this. We'll be covering all the classics like: "Start Me Up" and "Living' on a VM", plus some new jams like "Stairway to Native" and "Sweet JPA of Mine" and more….

This event will offer you a unique, hands-on experience led by experts; with an introduction to Quarkus, some follow-along demos and time for Q&A’s - giving you plenty of insights into Java in a Kubernetes world.

So, If you’re looking to move or improve your Java applications on Kubernetes, come and join us for a fun and educational evening, as we explore the benefits that Quarkus can bring.

Oh, and did we mention swag? Maybe even a Tour T-Shirt? Get ready to rock the Java world 2021 style!

About the speakers:

Steve Poole

Steve is a Developer Advocate, Quarkus Community Manager, DevOps practitioner and long-time Java developer, leader and evangelist. He’s been working on Java SDKs and JVMs since Java was less than 1.

Georgios Andrianakis

Georgios is a Principal Software Engineer working for Red Hat where he works on Java frameworks like Spring and Quarkus while also exploring their synergies with cloud native systems like Kubernetes and Openshift.

Past events (75)

Brighton Java Drop-In

Online event

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